As part of its continued commitment to the safety and wellness of students, Bentley University, in conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Month, held its 5th Annual Consent Day.
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As part of a university-wide effort to prevent sexual violence and continue to promote community safety and wellness, Bentley staff and students recently hosted the fifth annual “Consent Day.”
A team of students went head-to-head with top tier schools in the world’s largest student competition in the quest for social good and $1 million USD in start-up funding. On March 1 and 2, the group competed in the regional finals of the 4th Annual Hult Prize, recently named one of the top five ideas changing the world by President Bill Clinton and TIME Magazine.
A packed room full of students, staff and faculty recently came together to hear from Bentley’s newest partner in learning, Kweku Anno. As a Ghanaian engineer, inventor, social entrepreneur, and global health and sustainability champion, Anno discussed his efforts to improve public health through his company, BioFil.
Bentley advanced to the top 16 out of 80 teams competing in the American Collegiate Moot Court Association National Tournament at Regent University Law School in Virginia in January.
Ten Bentley juniors laced up their running shoes to benefit the pediatric hematology-oncology program at Mass General Hospital for Children.
The Bentley campus community will come together for a student-led vigil to remember the 26 victims of the tragic school shooting. It will be held on the evening of December 17th at 9:15 p.m. in the Back Bay Rooms in the Student Center.
In November, University Distinguished Professor Bob Galliers returned to Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia where he had been Head of the School of Information Systems to give the keynote address and bestow the Galliers Awards on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the School.
For the second year in a row, members of the Bentley community participated in TEDx New England, an off-shoot of the national TED conference centered around “Ideas Worth Spreading”.
The popular event celebrates Bentley's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) community and honors individuals who proactively foster inclusion on campus.